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From: Alvarez, Susan

Sent: Monday, August 1, 2016 4:44 PM

To: Storm Water <>
Subject: RE: 38294_sandy area including borrow pit at Simpkins Remediation_2016_8_1_Robert Sewak
How many times do we have to discuss this?

Taylor, Camelia
From: Alvarez, Susan
Sent: Monday, August 08, 2016 5:19 PM
To: Storm Water;
Cc: Glover, Mike; Hurley, Kevin; Cottingham, Jennifer; Hornsby, Jason; Standifer, Sarah
Subject: RE: 3829-4_sandy area including borrow pit at Simpkins Remediation_2016_8_8_Robert Sewak
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Mike As discussed before. Several times. The current Contractor was not responsible for this site
condition and is not currently responsible for this site. The
City Attorneys Office, TCEQ and the USACE have declined enforcement on this situation because it is
not Waters of the US nor Waters of the state, and the
drainage goes to adjacent property that belongs to the City. There is no violation here.
We are working diligently to develop a plan to remediate the Borrow Pit, and will let you know when we
mobilize to do that work (along with obtaining the
appropriate permits).
Susan G. Alvarez, PE, CFM
City of Dallas, Trinity Watershed Management Department
Assistant Director, Floodplain & Drainage Management
1500 Marilla, Room 6BS
Dallas, Texas, 75201
Phone: 214.671.9505
Cell: 214.998.4606
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